posted on Jan, 3 2016 @ 07:08 AM
Good morning ATS
This story has been doing the rounds in MSM for the last couple of weeks, in short columns in MSM newspapers to full articles in the same media.
Question is .... why? In my entire life until 2 weeks ago i had never heard of this shipwreck but now, i am reading about it consistently over the
past two weeks.
Is something about to happen to the cargo of this wreck after 72 years? are the MSM pointing terrorists to a potential weapon to use or be set up for
capture? Is the government going to use its cargo as a false flag for something?
The cargo consists of 1400 tonnes of TNT high explosives, in detail :-
286 × 2,000 lb (910 kg) high explosive "Blockbuster" bombs
4,439 × 1,000 lb (450 kg) bombs of various types
1,925 × 500 lb (230 kg) bombs
2,815 fragmentation bombs and bomb clusters
Various explosive booster charges
Various smoke bombs, including white phosphorus bombs
Various pyrotechnic signals
In a report in 1970, it was determined that if the wreck of Richard Montgomery exploded, it would throw a 1,000-foot-wide (300 m) column of water and
debris nearly 10,000 feet (3,000 m) into the air and generate a wave 16 feet (5 m) high. Almost every window in Sheerness (pop. circa 20,000) would be
broken and buildings would be damaged by the blast.
As previously stated, i have never heard of this wreck before, why is it now so prominent in the MSM? any ideas?